PracticeAccounting FirmsMazars departs as Deloitte lands Air Partner audit role

Mazars departs as Deloitte lands Air Partner audit role

Mazars' departure sees Deloitte take over as auditor for non-commercial airliner

MAZARS has been succeeded by Deloitte as auditor of listed airline business Air Partner.

In the non-chartered airline business’ annual report for the year to 31 July, it claimed to be grateful to Mazars for the past five years’ service.

A statement said: “Following a competitive audit tender process, the appointment is proposed of Deloitte as statutory auditor, in place of Mazars.

“The change of auditor would take effect from the end of Mazars’ term of office at the conclusion of this year’s annual general meeting.”

“The board is grateful to Mazars for its service as auditor over the last five years and looks forward to working with Deloitte in the future.

Air Partner flies, private, corporate and cargo aircrafts.

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